Marco Mengoni wins Sanremo 2023

Marco Mengoni has won Italy’s Festival di Sanremo 2023 with his song Due Vite. The final of the legendary festival took place tonight and there were 28 contestants competing for the victory:

  1. ElodieDue
  2. Colla ZioNon Mi Va
  3. Mara SatteiDuemilaminuti
  4. TanaiTango
  5. Colapesce & DimartinoSplash
  6. GiorgiaParole Dette Male
  7. ModàLasciami
  8. UltimoAlba
  9. LazzaCenere
  10. Marco MengoniDue Vite
  11. Rosa ChemicalMade in Italy
  12. I Cugini Di CampagnaLettera 22
  13. Madame Il Bene Nel Male
  14. ArieteMare Di Guai
  15. Mr. RainSupereroi
  16. Paola & ChiaraFurore
  17. LevanteVivo
  18. LDASe Poi Domani
  19. Coma_Cose L’addio
  20. OllyPolvere
  21. Articolo 31Un Bel Viaggio
  22. WillStupido
  23. Leo Gassman Terzo Cuore
  24. GianmariaMostro
  25. Anna OxaSali (Canto dell’Anima)
  26. ShariEgoista
  27. Gianluca Grignani Quando Ti Manca Il Fiato
  28. SethuCause Perse

Once all of the competing songs had been heard, it was time to reveal the Top 5 of Sanremo 2023. Top 5 was the following:

  1. UltimoAlba
  2. TananaiTango
  3. LazzaCenere
  4. Marco MengoniDue Vite
  5. Mr. RainSupereroi

The Top 5 songs were heard once again, and the public could vote for their favorite. Finally we got to know the final results, and they were the following:

  1. Marco MengoniDue Vite
  2. LazzaCenere
  3. Mr. RainSupereroi
  4. UltimoAlba
  5. TananaiTango

So it was Marco Mengoni who won Sanremo 2023 and gets a chance to carry the Italian flag in Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool in May. Congratulations Marco Mengoni for your second Sanremo victory!

Festival di Sanremo is a legendary Italian music festival, which was held for the first time in 1951. The winner of Sanremo is offered the chance to represent their country in Eurovision, and often this chance is pounced. Most recent time the winner of Sanremo hasn’t represented Italy in Eurovision was in 2016, when Italy was represented by Sanremo’s runner-up Francesca Michielin instead of the winner Stadio. 

What do you think of the winner of Sanremo 2023? Do you think it has the potential to do good in Eurovision? Let us know in comments or our social media channels! 

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